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Torgeir

The Z axis - missed steps?

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Hi Folks,

Cant help, but been wondering about this issue for some time..

This is the problem with uneven lines/open lines and sometimes a real mechanical issue in the jack/nut creation separation as well.

However, I've seen this strange lines with offset, -then looks good -and a slight offset and so on..

Well, since this is one of the problem often seen, we need to realize that this axis is the axis of the printer with the highest resolution! So any issue here will be seen all around on this particular layer, somehow..

I do not want to stir up something, but just want you to see this "possibilities" as well in the problematic Z-axis issue.

Well, never seen this on my printer.

Thanks.

Torgeir.

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